Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW, editor-in-chief of "The Wine Advocate" recently held a tasting for New Zealand Wine.
We are happy to received the reviews back for our wine.
We were delighted when Paul Tudor and the tasting team Recomended our Flying Sheep Rose 2011. Described as...
Bright, cherry-red appearance, heightened aromatics of fruitcake and spice; a forward, punchy style of rose with some weight and concentration, along with a hint of sweetness on the finish.
Wine by Jo Burzynska - Made in Japan
Perfumed Alternative - Flying Sheep Gewurztraminer 2010
Established by Japanese wine lover, Taizo Osawa, Osawa Wine's exotically scented gewürztraminer with its notes of ginger and rose over opulently textured stonefruit with a fresh citrus zest edge, could rover an appropriate alternative to a present of perfume.
Flying Sheep Gewurztraminer 2010 4.5★
From Osawa Wines, based inland at Mangatahi, this is an exotically scented wine with loads of personality. Sturdy (14.5% alcohol), it is a medium-dry style with fresh, rich flavours of stonefruit, spices and ginger. Ready; no Rush. $23
Flying Sheep Gewurztraminer 2010
A strong fellow. plenty of spice here, tasting pretty dry. Classically serious gewurz done properly. Medium body, food friendly and with plenty of drinkability with a wide range of courses